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GO Clubbing In Blackpool

Clubbing in Blackpool The clubbing scene in Blackpool is nothing short of spectacular, with dance, indie, pop, old skool and R'n'B playing every night of the week in the town’s many nightclubs.

Perhaps Blackpool’s most well known club and certainly one of its most popular is the Palace [map], which is located centrally on the Promenade. With a capacity for 3,200 clubbers, this stylish and spacious venue is firm favourite for stag and hen dos. Drinks tend to be quite expensive but the club plays a great mix of commercial dance music making a trip here very worthwhile.

Close to the Palace you’ll find Linekers [map], a 300-capacity beach bar/club that plays chart music all night long, while further along the Promenade there's the much larger Jellies Nighclub [map]. This venue has five bars and three dance floors over two floors, catering for the ‘chart and party’ crowd with the Boom Boom Room playing dance music.

Serious clubbers should head to Club One Eleven [map] on Central Promenade, which has room for 1,100 partygoers and offers a unique mix of hard house and old skool tunes.

Those of you looking for a fun-filled affair with plenty of popular dance music should pay a visit to Heaven & Hell [map] on Bank Hey Street or Rumours [map] on Talbot Square. Both offer a good variety of commercial dance.

Officially named the biggest club in the UK, the Syndicate Super Club [map] on Church Street has a capacity for more than 5,000 people on three levels. The club regularly plays host to top guest DJs such as Judge Jules and Sasha, while just above this venue is Blackpool’s newest nightclub, Status, which caters for the over 25s market.

If you’re looking for a sophisticated and ultra-cool club head to Liquidlounge [map] on Topping Street, which offers a futuristic-style interior and sexy, non-commercial, music.

Situated on the Promenade are Waterfront and Time [map]. Time is an over 25s club playing a wide range of music from cheesy tunes to indie classics, and Waterfront (based on two levels) plays up-to-date chart music for the younger crowd.

Those who want to strut their funky stuff Saturday Night Fever-style should get along to Flares Nightclub [map] also on the Promenade, where the 70s are re-lived.

Finally, rock and heavy metal lovers will probably prefer The Tache Rock Venue [map] on Cookson Street, which has been established for more than 13 years. There is a student night here on Thursdays while the weekends play host to modern and classic rock music. Live bands also play here regularly.

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